Stitch Fix March 2017

Well, it’s March. And if I’m being perfectly honest, it’s already been a bit of a weird month. I should have known something weird was up when I awoke to a snowy sight earlier this week. It’s not often it snows here in Seattle, but fortunately for you, it made an appearance just in time for my monthly Stitch Fix photos. ;) As usual, I have another Stitch Fix review to help kick off the month!

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Stitch Fix March 2017 Review

If you’re new to Stitch Fix, I’ll break it down real quick. For a $20 styling fee, receive a box on your doorstep containing five items – anything from clothing to jewelry to handbags to shoes based on your style profile and Pinterest style board. Send back what you don’t like, keep what you do, and your $20 styling fee will be deducted from the total. Keep all five items and receive an additional 25% off. Stitch Fix also is now serving male clients too! Have a significant other or male relative in need of some shopping assistance? Send them over to Stitch Fix Men! It works the same way, and it’s perfect for the holidays because let’s be honest, most men hate shopping! Stitch Fix also offers maternity and petite sizing, and plus sizes have finally made their debut!

Stitch Fix is offering over 90 brands for Plus Size clients in sizes 1X-3X or 14W-24W depending on the brand. Brands include ELOQUII, Junarosa, Slink Jeans, and more. You can sign up for Stitch Fix Plus here!

Skies are Blue Kaimana Cold Shoulder Top in Off-White, Size Small // $58

The first item in my Stitch Fix was a cold shoulder top from Skies are Blue. Yes, I know, it was pouring snow when I was taking these photos and I know I look ridiculous, but the day before it was sunny so… you just never know! Fortunately, it wasn’t the coldest day, and I braved the snow even in bare shoulders. This top was well constructed with a lovely lace type material over a knit lining. Skies are Blue is a brand I’ve received many times previously, and I’ve always been pleased with their products regarding fit, quality, and a size small is perfect for me.

I’ve styled this cute cold shoulder top with a pair of skinny jeans from Lucky Brand in Bridgette {on sale for under $70!}, my vintage fur vest {you can find a similar vest under $100 here} and my blush Rebecca Minkoff LOVE crossbody for some feminine charm. I loved how the lace print of this top adds a lot of interest and doesn’t require much accessorizing. This would look adorable tucked into a skirt or paired with a denim jacket too!

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Urban Expressions Neela Woven Flap Clutch in Off-White // $38

Next up is this adorable Neela Woven Clutch from Urban Expressions! This is the second Urban Expressions clutch I’ve received, and this one is adorable! I love the neutral color (because it goes with almost anything!) and the woven pattern adds some interest to an otherwise simple accessory.

For this outfit, I paired a dress I kept from Stitch Fix last year {shop this similar version for less than $60!} and a vintage knit vest that I recently thrifted from Value Village. {Shop this similar vest for under $60 here!} I’m all about the layering in this interim time between winter and spring! And if you’re wondering about what’s on my wrist, that’s my Misfit Ray tracker! If you ask me, it’s so much chicer than any other wearable I’ve seen, and it keeps track of my steps, exercise reminds me when to get up, and tracks my sleep at night too.

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Kut from the Kloth Siena Cropped Pant in Dark Pink, Size 4 // $58

How fun are these pink cropped pants from Kut from the Kloth?! These pants are labeled as a Stitch Fix exclusive, so I’m curious to try these in other colors. (As crazy as it sounds, I actually already own a pair of pink trousers!) I loved the fit of these, and they’re the perfect ankle length for someone who is petite like me.

I decided to style these in a traditional wear-to-work office style. As I mentioned during my wear-to-work series, my office is very casual, and I could get away with sweats if I really wanted, but I do mix it up from time to time. This pussy bow blouse is a favorite {similar here under $35}, and I love the contrast of the black with the pink pants! I kept the rest of the outfit simple with a pair of black pumps from Corso Como (super comfortable, I might add!) and a black clutch from Gigi New York (that also doubles as a crossbody!). A vest layered over the blouse keeps me warm and on-trend if you’re a fan of the 90s vibes that have been making a huge comeback!

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Noisy May Omega Denim Jacket in Black, Size Small // $48

Is there anything more perfect than a denim jacket?! I think not! This is the first ever all black denim jacket that I’ve seen, and I was excited to try this on! My Levi’s Trucker Jacket is something I wear all.the.time and this has a very similar fit to that one. The denim is soft and already feels lived in, and at $48, I think it’s an incredible deal!

I opted to go a little casual for this outfit. I paired a graphic tee from local brand Lumberunion and pair of cropped raw hem jeans from Old Navy. I finished off the look with a wrap choker, red crossbody from Rebecca Minkoff, and my go-to black booties from Steve Madden. I would most definitely wear this outfit again and again!

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Le Lis Delphine Knit Romper in Navy, Size Small // $64

And now for the most ridiculous outfit, I wore in the snow! ;) It was very chilly, but I braved it long enough to snap a few photos and run back inside. I’m looking forward to rocking this cute little knit romper when it warms up a bit more, but for now, this piece will be hanging in my closet. The knit material is a bit slinky, very comfortable, and the wrap top means it’s flattering too.

In this outfit, I paired this romper with warm brown tones. I grabbed my faux suede moto jacket from Boohoo and tassel crossbody from Shaffer LA. A pair of booties in a similar warm brown finishes the look off. I have a feeling I will be wearing some version of this outfit quite a bit this spring and summer!

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And that’s a wrap on this month’s Stitch Fix review! I hope you enjoyed seeing the pieces I got and how I opted to style them into my current wardrobe. Overall, I was pleased with the variety in this month’s Fix. Even though I already own several similar items, I think that just goes to show how great of a job Laila did nailing my style!

Out of all the pieces I received, which were your favorite? How would you style these pieces? I’d love to hear your thoughts about my Stitch Fix in the comments!

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13 thoughts on “Stitch Fix March 2017

  1. Nelle

    I love the outfit with the Black denim jacket and also the polka dot romper, such cute picks from StitchFix!

    1. Jenn Post author

      I thought so too, even if I did feel a bit silly doing them! Seattle weather is definitely unpredictable! ;) Those were my favorites too.

  2. Nadja Ippolito

    I like your staly of cloths. I’m 60 years not working -and love cloths. ido not were heels but love to go out. like jeans dresses tops skrit if you can help that would good.

    thank you nadja ippolito.


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